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Seal of Solomon
     

Seal of Solomon

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by Golden Czermak
 

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WARNING: This book is for mature readers only. Not for children. It contains adult themes, violence, coarse language, sexual situations, nudity, and paranormal themes.

The Adventure Continues...
From author Golden Czermak, comes the second installment of the enthralling Journeyman Series.

With no answers and a weapon of mass destruction slung

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WARNING: This book is for mature readers only. Not for children. It contains adult themes, violence, coarse language, sexual situations, nudity, and paranormal themes.

The Adventure Continues...
From author Golden Czermak, comes the second installment of the enthralling Journeyman Series.

With no answers and a weapon of mass destruction slung around his neck, Gage Crosse is left with little choice but to travel with Joey Mosely to New York, seeking aid from the Order Council itself. Little do they know that they are about to embark on what may be the greatest adventure of their lives: to find the mysterious Seal of Solomon.

Meanwhile, the fragile threads holding the demon army and its monstrous allies together are unraveling. Keli must act quickly to maintain her position as ruler, else have all their efforts fall into the flames of ruin.

Can the Journeymen keep the Seal of Solomon out of demon hands, or will the Noctis succeed in wrenching all three artifacts from their control?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940156943517
Publisher:
Golden Czermak
Publication date:
08/29/2016
Series:
Journeyman , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
250
Sales rank:
540,343
File size:
2 MB

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Seal of Solomon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Sheena Lynch More than 1 year ago
Wow. This book really just hit the ground running, and never really stopped. While book one, Homeward Bound, helped introduce this world and and characters Golden created, this book helped show you even more of what is going on with the potential battle on the horizons, as well as introduce you to even more colorful characters and problems. I loved this addition to the Journeyman series. The way things evolved, with both the characters and the story line in general, was great (and in many aspects refreshing, but I can’t go into that more unless I want to add spoilers). I had several “WTF” moments throughout reading this, and I can honestly say I have no idea where book 3 (or the rest of the series) will take us. There’s just so many possibilities and potential. I can’t wait to see what Golden has in store for us! Overall, I highly recommend this book. It has lots of action, as well as drama and humor and everything in between. I do recommend reading this series in order, as it’s really needed (for you weirdos that can just pick up any book in a series and start reading…). This book has left me even more excited for book 3, Made to Suffer, than I thought was already possible. Definitely check this series out!
Jenstakingabreak More than 1 year ago
Holy book hangover from this book. This picks up after where Homeward bound finished. It keeps going 100 mph from the start and never really let up on the speed of the story. Golden did an amazing job in getting his readers sucked in and hooked on Gage & Joey, not to mention Ady, Diajal, Nathan, Gabriel, Marcus & Ty to name a few. They all will come out more in future books I assume & hope. Gage finally gets home to Texas, however it isn't all happiness and sunshine for him. He is tortured by the loss of Ady while fighting the Noctis the entire trip home. Gage barely makes it home in one piece and now has to figure out the puzzle of what his father left behind for him. Joey was waiting for them to come home and sadly, only Gage makes it back. That almost destroys him as Ady is the closest thing to a sister that he has. They have been through so much together and now he has to fight the battle without her around. On top of the pain and sorrow, now he has to try and figure out what in the world is with all the things in these boxes Gage brought back. These two men end up going to New York to try and get answers as well as find out what is going on with the Council not calling for the Assembly to fight the Noctis. Little do they know, they are going to meet people that will help them change everything. Little things are not adding up, and there seem to be things being kept from them. All of a sudden, everything seems to change and get turned on its head. The Noctis is fighting hard to get the items back that Gage has so that they can get closer to taking over. However, Kelli (the leader) doesn't have things put together as well as she thinks. Some of those in their ranks are pushing back and not agreeing with her decisions. The book had me on pins and needles from the start. I was trying to figure out what was going to happen next, and where things were going. Needless to say, I was wrong. The guys (and those working with them) are full of fire to stop the Noctis and at the same time, help Gage & Joey. Seriously, this book was so good I honestly stayed up not wanting to sleep because I needed to know what was going to happen. I was so seriously sucked in that I was positive that there was more pages to read. Turned out there weren't and I was dropped into a massive book hangover as a result. I was desperate to find out what was going to happen next. How could he do that to me??? How could he leave it like that?? I am not sure who I am cheering for more right now .... Gage (who is seriously amazing and has a strength that isn't seen in most), Joey (OMG he is deliciously hot, sassy, and yet so very intelligent and creative in the things he creates to keep those he cares about safe) or Diajal (a seriously evil demon that is determined to take over and rule the world). How can you possibly choose between these three?? Grab this amazing book that had me on the edge of my seat from the beginning to the end.
LadyJovi More than 1 year ago
I just finished Seal of Solomon by Golden Czermak this is the second installment in his Journeyman Series. In Seal of Solomon, we pick up immediately after the end of book one, Homeward Bound. Gage is still reeling from the events in Denver and everything seems to have just led to more questions than answers. He now has to figure out the meaning of some of the things that he found and what part they play in the battle against the Noctis. Once again Golden has managed to create an incredible world that transports the reader right into the story. I do have to admit that I was a little upset with him after the end of Homeward Bound and if you have read it then you know what I am talking about. I will say that after reading Seal of Solomon I have decided to forgive Golden, he did an excellent job with Seal of Solomon and I can’t to see what comes next for Gage and all the Journeymen in Made to Suffer, if Seal of Solomon is any indication this story is just going to get better and better.